Princeton Ham Radio Club



Princeton Ham Radio Club

The Princeton Ham Radio Club Net is Tuesday Nights at 7:00 PM on 145.230 PL Tone of 179.9HZ We would like to invite you to use the PHRC repeater when in our area. The repeater is located just west of Princeton. We have  2 UHF repeaters 444.175 PL Tone of 123.0 which is located at the Princeton Vocational School and our new repeater in Cadiz 442.825 with a 123 PL tone. Princeton is located in Western Kentucky, exits 71, 79 and 81 off of I-69 Parkway

A few things we do


The club owns and operates 3 repeaters. The VHF frequency is 145.230 with a PL tone of 179.9 and UHF’s are 444.175 With a PL Tone of 123 and is in Princeton, and 442.825 with a 123 PL tone which is located in Cadiz. All of our repeaters are Fusion in the automatic mode and the 444.175 is Wires-X and room number is 40806.


Tuesday at 7:00 PM we have a net on the VHF 145.230 repeater everyone is welcomed and encouraged to check in.


The “Out to Lunch Bunch” is a group from the club that meets every Tuesday at Hardees at 11:00 and we have a good time talking about anything and everything, anyone is welcomed


This is an annual event sponsored by ARRL (American Radio Relay League) where clubs from all over the country set up their equipment in a remote area such as a park. The purpose is to demonstrate the ability of ham radio to set up in any situation and communicate.


Every Christmas season the club has a fellowship dinner and just a fun get together.

VE Testing

VE Testing returns to a

monthly schedule for Princeton, KY area 

Attention: Because of Covid we are asking for you to please Email Raymond if your planning to test. Tests for your entry-level HAM license, or upgrades to your current license, will be given at the EOC meeting room, on the THIRD Saturday of each month. The EOC is located just off I-69 at exit 79. Testing begins at 10:00 AM. Any questions regarding the testing program may be directed to Raymond Giannini, [email protected]